Sadly, few boys these days have meaningful relationships with male mentors and father figures, men who can teach and inspire them. Some boys grow up without having been taught by a male teacher or are taught by teachers who have no life or work experience outside of a classroom.
If you get to Spain this summer, watch your tongue. A careless word construed as sympathetic to General Francisco Franco, who despite Washington DC sanctions successfully ruled Spain from his victory in the country’s civil war (1936-9) until his death in 1975 could land you with a fine.
Desperate to thwart the growing Right and Nationalist parties and organisations, the Madrid-based regime of Far-Left Marxist Pedro Sanchez and his PSOE cohorts intend to bring in a law that will make analysis or comment on Spain’s history illegal unless the written or spoken word is approved by the faux-socialist regime.
The Parting Glass is a great example of that special quality found in the best farewell songs, being able to combine joy and sorrow in a way that is both sad yet uplifting at the same time.
WORLD WAR II the war profiteers raked in $933 every time blood was spilt anywhere in the world. Every time an American fell in battle the Wall Street tills rang up $52,000 blood profits.
Those weaned on state media know the English governing circle is morally superior to those of lesser race. It appears that only the Reich’s Germans were culpable of creating the ‘C’ word concentration camps.
Evidence suggests that Spain’s far-left socialist regime, a coalition of leftists, is giving the green light to far-left violence set to provoke the conservative right. If successful, the strategy could lead to Civil War II in a winner takes all tussle.
Winston Churchill approved millions of taxpayers’ pounds in bribes to prevent Spain’s General Franco from supporting Germany in Second World War, according to a new book. Churchill apparently convinced Spanish banker Juan March to act as a secret agent, organising payments of millions of dollars to Franco’s generals in return for Franco agreeing not to side with Hitler.
‘I made it the salute of the Party after the Duce (Benito Mussolini) had adopted it. I had read the description of the sitting of the Diet of (the city of) Worms, in the course of which Luther was greeted with the German salute. It was to show him that he was not being confronted by arms, but with peaceful intentions.
The arts, literature and poetry, were very important to the peoples of the workers Reich. Literature, poetry and art were the roots through which the folk sustained their unique culture. Immersion in one’s being, experienced through the third eye, is a binding influence on the nation. Warriors, wherever in the world they are posted, know their land and their folk are with them.